University of Louisville Libraries will celebrate the publication of a new biography of William Marshall Bullitt with an exhibit, reception with author Mark Davis and book-signing Nov. 7.
When the Fulbright Program was established in 1946, it was meant to be transformative, and I have now experienced firsthand the full meaning of that word.
When people of a certain age hear the song phrase “Day-O, Day-O,” the singer Harry Belafonte immediately comes to mind.
The third annual Floyd Theater French Film Festival will bring five contemporary French films to the big screen between Nov. 3 and 18, four of which have never been screened in Louisville.
Charlie Moyer has announced he will step down as dean of the University of Louisville’s College of Business in July 2013.
Author Iyanla Vanzant, founder and executive director of Inner Visions International and the Inner Visions Institute for Spiritual Development, will speak on campus Nov. 1.
“Understanding and Coping with Grief” will be the topic of the University of Louisville’s Depression Center’s Fifth Annual Depression Conference Thursday, Oct. 27.
George J. Howe and Red Barn have been synonymous for many years, but now Howe’s name is synonymous with something else - being an ally to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students at the University of Louisville.
“Community service is in our DNA.” That is what University of Louisville President James Ramsey affirmed at the presentation of the UofL Community Engagement Awards Oct. 20.
Churchill Downs Inc., will be the first tenant in the new office building going up at ShelbyHurst Office and Research Park development on the University of Louisville’s Shelby Campus.
Arizona State University professor David William Foster will talk about “Founding Latin American Women Photographers” during the University of Louisville's 10th annual Latin American and Latino Studies Heritage Lecture Oct. 26.
University of Louisville and Frazier Rehab Institute researchers have received a $2.2 million five-year grant from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research to enhance care to spinal cord injury patients and build on research in the field.
When Wes Moore first sat down to talk about the title of his book, he didn’t understand the title the publisher wanted him to use.
Toxic friendships. Many of us have had toxic friendships – one that is in some way more detrimental to our well-being than it is beneficial.
What do student athletes and soldiers have in common?
Cornhole players will be able to face off in competition Nov. 13 at the University of Louisville and help sick families at the same time.
The lead scientist managing the NASA mission exploring Saturn will talk Nov. 3 at the University of Louisville about how the eight-year project has revealed much about the ringed planet and its moons.
President. Provost, vice president, dean, professor, manager, director. As much as these titles describe and apply to the work that happens at the University of Louisville, they don’t get to the essence of what makes UofL unique — its people.
Citing his “exemplary performance” and his vision in moving the University of Louisville toward national prominence, the UofL Board of Trustees approved an extension of President James Ramsey’s contract until June 30, 2020.
WFPK’s “Live Lunch” program will return to the University of Louisville’s Red Barn Oct. 14 with a performance by The Jayhawks.